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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Sat Dec 20 2008, 02:08

beatnick wrote:
the feature is good and everytime you get in the mag tim they put a picture of my fat chick in as well spooky
nick

i have at last got the mag and seen the artical... I'm really happy with it, pics are excellent!

I showed the dogs but they didn't take a lot of notice Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Sat Dec 20 2008, 13:34

cheeky little pic of my bus too which was nice to see!
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Tue Dec 23 2008, 06:46

The nose of my Arizona 65 poked in too.......
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Sun Dec 28 2008, 14:17

OK, names Rod from Bristol, current rides are a 52' Chevy truck, and T5 Transporter, always been into rodding but had little delves into the VW scene, past two years have been loosing interest in the rodding scene, but the cars still rock me big time, had allsorts over the years, generally with a kustom fill, 53 and 54 Chevys, 57' Buick, 37 Ford Cabriolet, 39' Ford Coupe and now the truck, also into Harleys and have a LD 150, and theres a 72' Beetle in the garage, i reckon the only full fendered Beetle running on Cragar 5's, last few years really got into the T4 Forum (Bristol Area Rep) where i have had two T4's and now a T5.....

Rod


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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Mon Dec 29 2008, 02:20

mange tout rodders! Nice line-up of carz dude!
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Mon Dec 29 2008, 02:31

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OK, names Rod from Bristol, current rides are a 54' Chevy truck, and T5 Transporter, always been into rodding but had little delves into the VW scene, past two years have been loosing interest in the rodding scene, but the cars still rock me big time, had allsorts over the years, generally with a kustom fill, 53 and 54 Chevys, 57' Buick, 37 Ford Cabriolet, 39' Ford Coupe and now the truck, also into Harleys and have a LD 150, and theres a 72' Beetle in the garage, i reckon the only full fendered Beetle running on Cragar 5's, last few years really got into the T4 Forum (Bristol Area Rep) where i have had two T4's and now a T5.....

Rod

Hey Rod

Sounds like you've had some cool cars, got any pics of them past and present?

I love my T4 as a daily hack... being a 2.4 non turbo diesel it's a bit of a slug but it seems to let me chill out more when driving and not feel the need to rush around everywhere like faster cars i've had in the past have. and it pulls anything Very Happy

which T5 do you have?
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Tue Dec 30 2008, 15:27

hey im rob

Im 23 and just interested in vw busses realy! i had a air cooled t25 wen i was 18 then had to sell it cozz i had to comute 120miles a day 3 times a week and dident realy have much money then.i'v got a BMW e46 coupe at the mo and well times have changed and i want a VW again, type 2 this time tho. im a sheet metal worker to so body work is prety much my trade so rec ill enjoy haveing one.
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Wed Dec 31 2008, 07:47

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hey im rob

Im 23 and just interested in vw busses realy! i had a air cooled t25 wen i was 18 then had to sell it cozz i had to comute 120miles a day 3 times a week and dident realy have much money then.i'v got a BMW e46 coupe at the mo and well times have changed and i want a VW again, type 2 this time tho. im a sheet metal worker to so body work is prety much my trade so rec ill enjoy haveing one.

Hi Rob, Welcome!

this doesn't interest you does it?

http://rhrco.forumotion.com/for-sale-and-wanted-ads-f4/october-67-sign-written-panel-for-sale-t334.htm#2949
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Wed Dec 31 2008, 11:39

Tim wrote:
kustomkulture wrote:
OK, names Rod from Bristol, current rides are a 54' Chevy truck, and T5 Transporter, always been into rodding but had little delves into the VW scene, past two years have been loosing interest in the rodding scene, but the cars still rock me big time, had allsorts over the years, generally with a kustom fill, 53 and 54 Chevys, 57' Buick, 37 Ford Cabriolet, 39' Ford Coupe and now the truck, also into Harleys and have a LD 150, and theres a 72' Beetle in the garage, i reckon the only full fendered Beetle running on Cragar 5's, last few years really got into the T4 Forum (Bristol Area Rep) where i have had two T4's and now a T5.....

Rod

Hey Rod

Sounds like you've had some cool cars, got any pics of them past and present?

I love my T4 as a daily hack... being a 2.4 non turbo diesel it's a bit of a slug but it seems to let me chill out more when driving and not feel the need to rush around everywhere like faster cars i've had in the past have. and it pulls anything Very Happy

which T5 do you have?


Hey Tim,
LWB Shuttle, with a custom camping interior, still work to be done, remapped 130 to 196, 20's etc, all the usual bolt on crap, but gonna need to change in 09, air etc, and i would really like some 16 speedmasters, any ideas if they make them to fit.............

Rod
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Fri Jan 09 2009, 01:46

hiya
names tony from deeping st nic.
inbetween motors at the min.
used to until recently have a 69 bug called Helga.
she had to go to pay off mine and the wifes credit card bills.
bit of a bummer cause i loved that motor.
must admit i fancy a bay now. im more pulled towards the panel, crew or single cab over a camper. not a great fan of all the windows.

had a type 25 crew a few years and thought that was great.
anyway heres a pic of helga.
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Tue Apr 21 2009, 11:06

Hello dude
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Jul 09 2009, 14:14

Hi ,names Donald Harvey ,32 i think ,been into vws for the best part of 18 years ,currently got a 56 drag bug (Drop The Hammer) ,72 Cal Bug ,and a 64 single cab (going for MOT tomorrow) ,during the day i,m a fitter/fabricator for a drilling supply company(onshore) ,and have also recently started up my own shop (part time),DTH Vehicle Welding Services ,from resto to MOT welding ,i,ll do it,and obviously willing to take on any aircooled work(resto,engine etc) Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Jul 09 2009, 14:31

Hi Donald, good to have you on board!

where are you based? i have a big welding job on a 69 original english Devon camper that i just don't know when i will find time to do, it needs plenty but not a basket case by any means and hasn't been bodged too much in the past...
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Fri Jul 10 2009, 12:48

Hi Tim ,i,m based in Tillicoultry ,up in Central Scotland , got a bay in at the moment ,then another in a few weeks ,happy to take most things on Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Wed Jul 22 2009, 13:37

im lance and im from cambridge, at the moment im down to two cars,
a mk1 jetta and a 51 chevy. got talking to tim at bug jam and see one of the campers had a roadhouse sticker in the window, then found this site.
its good to see you have some sweet cars on here. rock
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Wed Jul 22 2009, 14:46

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im lance and im from cambridge, at the moment im down to two cars,
a mk1 jetta and a 51 chevy. got talking to tim at bug jam and see one of the campers had a roadhouse sticker in the window, then found this site.
its good to see you have some sweet cars on here. rock

Hey Lance, good to meet you Sunday even if i never actually introduced myself... it had been a long weekend! partay
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Fri Jul 24 2009, 04:51

Hi, lance. Any pics of the chevy?? Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Fri Jul 24 2009, 04:58

Tim how much welding you gotta do on that bay!?
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Fri Jul 24 2009, 06:01

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Tim how much welding you gotta do on that bay!?

A lot, front doglegs, valance, cab floor, inner/outers sills, rear arches, rear corners etc. the roof gutter is perfect and so is the lower windscreen surround plus it's an original 69 English Devon so well worth saving...
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Sep 24 2009, 11:46

I'm Ted, 35 years old been into Vw's since i was 16 also spent a lot of time riding BMX, currently have a 65 Seablue standard microbus,
my day job is working at the Toyota factory,
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Sep 24 2009, 12:25

Hello Ted. I bet the bus stands out in the works car park. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Sep 24 2009, 13:15

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Hello Ted. I bet the bus stands out in the works car park. Smile
Yeah just a little, in amongst a sea of new Toyota lease cars
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Sep 24 2009, 16:10

Hi Ted and welcome!

What do you do in the factory?
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Thu Sep 24 2009, 22:01

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Hi Ted and welcome!

What do you do in the factory?
i used to be on the production line fitting wire harnesses, alternators and gearboxes etc to engines all day, but i'm currently working for the Assembly engineering dept, looking into parts and tooling issues
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PostSubject: Re: Introduce yourself...   Fri Sep 25 2009, 01:45

That's got to be more interesting than working on the production line, i couldn't do it... i reckon i'd be taken away by men in white coats within a week! Laughing
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